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college overrated. the next call comes from virginia. brenda, independent line. you are on the air. i am going to move on to cape cod. bill, republican line. caller: the last two or three callers told my thunder. it could tell us about your own experience. are you a college graduate? caller: no, ma'am. but i was born at the right time. i was board in 1947 and when i got out of high school, i could go to work anywhere as far as having good benefits. the phone company, electric company, gas co., so on and so forth. but those jobs are no longer available because of productivity and technology enhancements. host: and the decline in the manufacturing base, are those kinds of companies still around? caller: i was never in the manufacturing field. i worked for the telephone company and the telephone company now has been replaced by cassell phones. the telephone jobs today are what the railroad jobs in the 1950's when the 707 came in. but that is not why i called. there is nothing wrong being a plumber, electrician, or a skilled finish carpenter. all of those people complaining about not h
regulations. federal live events tomorrow morning. the u.s. naval institute here is from virginia senator james webb, a former navy secretary. that is on c-span-2 at 9:00 eastern. former 9/11 commissioner leaders tom keane and lee hamilton brief reporters on the evolving terrorist threat, including homegrown networks. that is at 10:00 eastern. and right after that at 11:00, live coverage of president obama is a news conference on his new economic proposals. >> the bottom line is that we need our borders secure and we cannot afford the illegal immigration. >> it is heard arizona's economy seriously. we see the stories every day -- it has hurt arizona's economy seriously. >> fall campaign 2010 online at the c-span video library, with debates -- follow the campaign. all free. on your computer. >> a discussion of this year's races for governor, hosted by the democratic governors association. speakers include former clinton administration officials. this is about an hour. >> thank you, everyone for being here. this is the panel. we will talk about 1994 versus 2010 gubernatorial opportunities.
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